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Old 02-06-2009, 08:40 PM   #1
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When I bought my jeep there was a cord for a block heater, but it was not connected anywhere. Where is the freeze plug location. I need to plug this thing back in.

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under the intake/exhaust.
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should be the first freeze plug or it can be located somewhere else on the motor beside freze plugs.
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under the intake/exhaust.
Is there a freeze plug behind the trans bellhousing? I just resently installed a front seal in my trans and I dn't recall seeing a freeze plug in the back of the block but I have ALOT of water coming from the back of the block and it's not the 1 in the head but the water is comming out the bottom of my bellhousing??
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Anyone have good pics of the freeze plug locations on the smaller V6?
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